Built in 1955, she was named Chibaba and classified according to Scandinavian 6mR rule. In 1965 the yacht was sold to Gustaf Kahn in Stockholm and she was named Mirage. Then in 1970, she was sold and transferred to Lausanne.
This yacht was built to a design by Gustaf Estlander, who was one of the foremost spokesmen for the international rule and international racing in Finland, and put his words into practice by owning and campaigning a 12- metre, an 8-metre and a 6-metre simultaneously. In total, more than 1000 yachts were built according to his drawings.
|Type of vessel6||6 mR Class|
|Year of manifacture||1955|
|Builder||Kalle Johansson Shipyard|
|Construction material||Wood (hull & superstructures)|
|Length Overall||11.06 m|
|Beam overall||1.94 m|
|Displacement||Around 4 t|
|Main Engines||No egnine|
|Engine running hours||//|
|Speed||cruising 8 kn – max 10 kn|
|Asking price||It will be disclosed in case of interest|
All figures on this page are referred to the original documents and web information, and they are not taken to be exact.